Create with DCWV and Win – Winner’s Circle!

07 Nov


Create with DCWV and Win – Winner’s Circle:

1. Origami Balls by Amelia Harris
2. You Are My Sunshine by Gina M
3. The Best Dad Board Book by Dana Alderman
4. Shabby Chic Tag by Vivian K
5. 6×6 Pocket Album by Amanda Lundgren
6. Sweet Banner by Monti Gale

Congratulations ladies! Please send your full name and shipping address to teresa@northridgepublishing.com. Please put “DCWV Contest Winner” in the subject line of your email. Thank you ALL for sharing your lovely projects with us! You can view  all the projects on our Create & Win with DCWV Pinterest Board. Enjoy!

 

*WINNERS HAVE 2 WEEKS TO CLAIM YOUR PRIZE, PLEASE ALLOW 4-6 WEEKS FOR SHIPPING 

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85 comments
Amelia Harris
Amelia Harris

Thanks so much! I am still sitting here in shock! Thank you, Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! :) Congrats to everyone! :)

Amanda Lundgren
Amanda Lundgren

I am honored to have my project included! There were so many great submissions. Thank you so much for including me with all of those other extremely talented folks!!

Vivian K
Vivian K

Thanks so much for choosing my video/project! I'm thrilled to get this sort of recognition from you and also to have more of my favorite papers to work with.

-Vivian Keh

Vanessa
Vanessa

Congrats to all the lucky winners!!! Great projects and wonderful prize! - Vanessa

Amelia Harris
Amelia Harris

I can't sit still and relax! The suspense is killing me! :) Can't wait to see the winners! Saw some REALLY cute projects entered! Don't envy the judges at all :)

L.r. Smith
L.r. Smith

I had soooo forgotten about this with all the hoopla going on in the world lately..... I'll have to go find out too! :O)

Vanessa
Vanessa

Just curious on when the winners will be announced. :-) This is an awesome prize to 6 lucky winners!!! Thanks for the opportunity! ~Vanessa

Dana Alderman
Dana Alderman

so....will we be notified of who the winner is today? is the contest still going? details said we would know this morning. i'm i looking in the wrong place? just asking...i bet others would like to know as well.

thanks!

Penny H.
Penny H.

Your "details" above said the announcement of the winners should have been this morning . . . did I miss it???

Johanne M.
Johanne M.

I love DCWV paper. Most of my paper pads come from this company. I love the thickness of the paper and I would love to win more paper...

Teresa
Teresa

Thank you, Julie! We would love to add your recipe holder to our Pinterest Gallery for the contest, but unfortunately cannot “pin” from Facebook. If you can post your image to your blog, we’ll be able to add it for others to view! Thank you!

Julie Cochran
Julie Cochran

I did not get to be entered in the contest? I'm sorry I posted it the wrong way, I made a video, but could not get you-tube to work. Even so, I pinned it on my Pinterest Board. I do not have a blog. If that does not work, I can e-mail you the original,if that would be better. Thank You. I sure had fun making it!

http://pinterest.com/pin/100275529174756806/

Julie Cochran
Julie Cochran

I made a recipe holder out of a 2x8 piece of wood. I used the Nana's kitchen line. I first cut the wood down to 9 1/2 inches then sanded the edges. Next I painted all sides using Apple Barrel paint. While it was drying I cut my main piece of paper to 6 x 12 inches, and my second pieces to 3 1/2 x 12 inches. I also fussy cut around the mixer and flour and sugar designs. I cut this fussy cut piece down to 9 1/2 inches. After the paint dried I used Mod Podge to glue the paper to the wood. Next, I sanded around the edges to give it a finished look. I put a layer of Mod Podge on top of the paper to seal everything. When that was dry I glued a miniature clothespin I bought from Walmart and died brown by boiling it with tea bags. I then added the finishing bow with wired ribbon I bought from Hobby Lobby. I added a recipe card using left over paper and fussy cut around an apron from one of the pieces of paper I had left over as well. This is my simple project that will make a great Christmas gift for my sister! I hope you try it out and you can make one for holding pictures too. Thank You for the contest

Jess Marin
Jess Marin

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Hi! I added my link earlier from a mobile and I dont see it here so I do apologize if I'm repeating myself.

I created a little girl/princess wall hanging using one of my fave stacks, The Preppy Princess. This was an awesome contest! 90 percent of my paper is DCWV. Love it! Thanks!!

Jess M

http://myscrapdiary-jess.blogspot.com/2012/09/a-princess-wall-hanging.html

Vanessa
Vanessa

Does it have to be a current project or can it be one that was made last year using DCWV products? I just saw this contest and I made a card last year using Linen Closet, my favorite DCWV stack. I can post the blog link if it's acceptable. Otherwise, I may try and come up with a quick card since today is the deadline! :)

Renee J.
Renee J.

This sounds awesome!! I absolutely adore DCWV and Northridge Publishing. Thank you for the chance to win these goodies!!

Cindy. Velasquez
Cindy. Velasquez

Here's a link to my FB page showing my post using The Blosom Song from DCWNV. Thank you for making this challenge possible. http://www.facebook.com/cindy73

Cindy. Velasquez
Cindy. Velasquez

Hi I think you were not able to open my link. Here is another one. I hope this will work. Thank You. http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151319506504881&set=o.202157726480503&type=3&theater

Teresa
Teresa

Thank you, Cindy! We were able to view your beautiful layout. We would love to add it to our Pinterest Gallery for the contest, but unfortunately cannot "pin" from Facebook. If you can post your image to your blog, we'll be able to add it for others to view!

Karen M
Karen M

Great giveaway. Love all the papers.

Kim H
Kim H

Im unable to see the graphic, so not sure what to do to enter the giveaway lol but I love DCWV papers.

kimba at richhook dot com

Monti Gale
Monti Gale

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http://stampin-inthetetons.com/?p=352 Here is the link to view my Banner project made with DCWV paper for the DCWV contest on my website stampin-inthetetons.com Thanks for the chance to win, Monti

Monti Gale
Monti Gale

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Here is a banner I made using the DCWV Sweet stack paper collection. Love it. Would love to win more paper. Thanks for the chance, Monti

view my project on my website at stampin-inthetetons.com

Monti Gale
Monti Gale

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This is a frilly banner I made using the DCWV Sweet paper stack. I covered chipboard banner pieces with paper from the stack and then added letters to spell sweet, ribbon, tulle, die cuts, gems, flowers, lace, chipboard embellishments, feathers, and pearls. I think it turned out very sweet. What do you think? I would love to win more paper to make more projects. Thanks for the chance to win, Monti

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